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Alluvia

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Named for the interesting ridges that form in the sand at the mouths of glaciers, the Alluvia Felted Tote is the perfect accessory for fall! Worked in the round from the bottom up, this tote utilizes an exaggerated pleat stitch that forms the folds of material that become the felted ruffles. With so many shades of Wool of the Andes Worsted from which to choose, the possibilities are endless to create a colorful and unique accessory. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY i-cord increasing decreasing picking up stitches working in the round felting GAUGE 5 stitches and 7 rows = 1 inch in Stockinette (pre-felted) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS One size: 11" Wide at top; 13" Wide at bottom; 12" Tall from top to bottom, excluding straps

Supplies Needed

  • 100 g of two different colors
  • 50g each of six different colors
  • Total of 500 g worsted weight yarn

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A little bit about Allison: One of the coolest things about living in Alaska is that I feel so very lucky that I get to play with wool year-round and never get a heat rash from it. A transplant from the Midwest, I needed something to keep me busy during the long, dark months of the Alaskan winter. I taught myself how to knit during my first winter 7 years ago and, after shedding many tears of frustration (not kidding!), I finally caught on and haven’t looked back since. Much to the dismay of my boyfriend, you can find me knitting pretty much any moment of the day and I will gladly forgo sleep to finish just one more row. I also blog about my knitterly happenings at www.alaskanpurl.com. I'm so honored that my design work can be seen in Knitcircus, Twist Collective, Knitscene, and Interweave Knits.